Diana Rocco joined the Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in February, 2012.
Before coming to Philadelphia, Rocco was most recently reporting for WHDH-TV in Boston since October, 2011. Previously, she was a reporter for CNN Newsource in Washington, DC and WNYW-TV in New York, in addition to working at WFXT-TV in Boston and WFSB in Hartford, Connecticut.
She began her broadcasting career at News 12 The Bronx as an anchor/reporter in 2002. In 2006, Rocco received an award from the Associated Press for her live crime coverage in Hartford.
Rocco is a graduate of Syracuse University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism and political science.
A native of New Jersey, she spent most of her childhood years in Connecticut. In her spare time, she enjoys skiing, Pilates, and yoga.
Officials say the fire was reported Monday night at the 1000 block of Jackson Street.
The cleanup is underway Friday night from another round of winter.
The snow may be melting, but drivers are now finding out what’s been underneath months of snow and ice.
All across South Jersey from Cherry Hill to Washington Township many were out making last minute preparations.
The graffiti was found on Wednesday inside a bathroom. By Thursday morning school officials were addressing the students in general assembly.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has now installed digital speed signs to show drivers exactly how fast they’re going.
Cub Scout Pack 27 was all smiles after a big donation from a local business saved their year.
Investigators say a first-grade teacher from New Jersey allegedly let her teenage sons and their friends party at their home last Friday night.
A busy day turns to a busier night at salt yards from Pennsylvania to New Jersey.
It is the fifth largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history.
Police say a South Jersey man preyed on people already down in their luck.
A Philly classic has come home once again. Sylvester Stallone has been shooting a Rocky sequel around the city.
Police say to date no one has ever been issued a citation for snow shoveling in Lower Merion. Officials are now going to take another look at that ordinance to see if it needs to be made more specific.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Radnor Township Detectives at 610-688-0503.
Icy road conditions and wind gusts are impacting travel for drivers across the region.